Sea Breeze Village
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... Scott had curry!) and found a place with a tacky tree, tinsel hanging from
the roof, together with Indian waiters wearing Santa hats as they served us, so
a good night was had in the end…and without that over-eaten feeling you get
after eating Christmas pudding at the end of a meal!
Before Christmas I was lucky enough to get one of Scott’s
new massages, and it was amazing. On the last day of the course the group of
massage students all brought ...
Being the morning of Nushkie's birthday Becca prepared a special breakfast of banana porridge which was well received by all. It was the best we'd had yet and we all indulged in a second helping. Following breakfast Chiara, Becca and Laura were sent to shop for some last minute party essentials. Departing with another of Nuskies beautiful illustrative diagrams we set off to Newtons first. Here we picked up some party decorations such ...
... At the tours end, a large buffet lunch was served! And it was good! I recommend the spice tour. Leaving here was another Hindu temple, and then a visit to a Goan heritage house and a walking tour of ancient Goan lifestyle dioramas. Ho hum, back to the hotel!
The next day we told our guide 'No Temples', so it was small villages, flea markets and beaches. What we have noticed here, is a large Russian presence. Shop signs, menus and goods sold seem ...
... 2 in Goa brings us the idea to hire a scooter. We thought it would be quite easy but the places wanted international driving licences, so we headed up to the northern beaches where they don’t seem to mind as much about that kind of thing. Two scooters hired and we are off. Sean and Steve were the drivers and Cara and I were the lucky passengers. Steve was a little nervous at first but once he got the hang of it we were off. We had to go ...
Well our excitement about the bus was short lived! After a smooth, if not stop start, ride out of Mumbai, the coach driver decided he was going to floor it. The whole way. Along mountain roads. We had imagined it would be smooth highway roads between Mumbai and Goa, with the huge coach not feeling any of the holes and bumps along the way. How wrong we were! The driver obviously thought he was in a race, driving a rally car. The tyres were squealing ...